Acceler8Success Cafe Tuesday March 16, 2021

Cold shower? The routine of the most productive people when they wake up! (Author: Daniel Colombo)

Perhaps for those who are used to saying to themselves when they wake up “five more minutes” when the alarm goes off under the fluffy duvet and the warmth of the bed, this idea seems far-fetched. However, it is not something new and many of the most productive executives in the world apply it: get up immediately, without hesitation, very early, and take a cold shower.

This is a practice known since ancient times: Hippocrates, the Greek doctor born in 460 BC, considered the greatest of all time, recommended it to his patients as a remedy for many diseases. At this time, Cristiano Ronaldo was one of the first athletes to refer to his practice of taking cold showers for muscle recovery; And also the singer and actress Lady Gaga was shown in photos in a variant of the cold shower: she takes ice baths. Read more at Entrepreneur.com.

Daily Message from Acceler8Success Founder, Paul Segreto

“It’s not unusual to see your stress and anxiety levels rise during stressful, challenging times. When you feel these levels rise – slow down, breathe slowly, breathe deeply. Separate yourself from the moment – get up from your desk, take a walk, listen to music, go sit in a different chair and close your eyes or just stand outside and distract yourself with sights and sounds of nature. Feel the warmth of the sun on your face. Allow your mind to drift to your happy place. Smile. Do this for 20-30 minutes and you’ll find yourself relaxed and with a sharper mind. You’ll also find the ability to circumvent the thing or situation that interrupted your focus in the first place. Have a great day. Make it happen. Make it count!”

3 Tips On Surviving The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster (Author Celinne Da Costa)

Frank Song is a former Wall Street investment banker, private equity investor and confidential strategy advisor to businesses, high-net worth individuals and politicians. He believes that controlling your emotions is vital to succeeding in business. From sleeping on the floor at Walmart to becoming the founder of an eight-figure international business conglomerate, he shares: “Emotional control is one of the most critical factors to not only surviving the entrepreneurial roller coaster, but to thriving in it. This is for one simple reason: it is the foundation of being able to make good judgement calls,” he says. Read more at Forbes.com.

Creating Boundaries When You are Launching Your Business (Regina Lawrence, All the THINGS podcast)

During today’s episode Regina Lawrence talks all about creating boundaries in your business. She talks about the importance of your “why”, how to set boundaries and how to communicate your boundaries. Regina chats about:

  • Why it’s important to focus on your “why” when creating boundaries
  • How to actually create boundaries in your business and personal life
  • How to communicate boundaries to the people around us
  • and so much more!

Listen to this episode at All the THINGS podcast.

The Crisis According to Albert Einstein

“Let’s not pretend that things will change if we keep doing the same things. A crisis can be a real blessing to any person, to any nation. For all crises bring progress…

Creativity is born from anguish, just like the day is born form the dark night. It’s in crisis that inventive is born, as well as discoveries, and big strategies. Who overcomes crisis, overcomes himself, without getting overcome. Who blames his failure to a crisis neglects his own talent, and is more respectful to problems than to solutions. Incompetence is the true crisis…

The greatest inconvenience of people and nations is the laziness with which they attempt to find the solutions to their problems. There’s no challenge without a crisis. Without challenges, life becomes a routine, a slow agony. There’s no merit without crisis. It’s in the crisis where we can show the very best in us. Without a crisis, any wind becomes a tender touch. To speak about a crisis is to promote it. Not to speak about it is to exalt conformism. Let us work hard instead…

Let us stop, once and for all, the menacing crisis that represents the tragedy of not being willing to overcome it.”

Acceler8Success: Connecting the Right Brands, People & Opportunities

The uncertainty of 2020 created the perfect time to diversify and expand. After all, it’s been said that necessity is the mother of invention. To that end, Acceler8Success Group was formed mid-year, building upon Acceler8Success principles and methods that have proven successful since 2014.

Widely recognized as industry leaders & experts, Acceler8Success Group leadership have extensive experience as entrepreneurs in small business & restaurants, as senior-level executives within nationally recognized brands, and as franchisees within successful franchise systems. 

Members of Acceler8Success Group along with Strategic Partners have earned designation as Certified Franchise Executives, Certified Franchise Brokers, Certified Business Brokers and Commercial Real Estate Brokers. Positioned to deliver services within the U.S., Canada and other Global markets, languages spoken include: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, German and Russian.  Learn more at www.Acceler8Success.com

3 Tips From Founders for Preserving Your Mental Health (Author: Joely Simon)

After only six weeks of working in his company’s newly purchased office space, Isaac Rudansky, founder and CEO of AdVenture Media Group, sent his employees home to avoid the spread of Covid-19. He lost 35 percent of his clients in the first three weeks of the pandemic.”I’m actually an optimistic person, but this was a really dark period,” he says. “Oftentimes, when you’re dealing with feelings of depression and stress, it’s impossible to look at a longer horizon.” 

So rather than look forward, Rudansky looked back at the past five years. Even through the peaks and valleys, he saw that his life and career had trended in a positive direction.  That perspective gave him the confidence to move forward. Read more at Inc.com.